About two inches of snow fell in California as a late-season storm struck Mid-Missouri, bringing much needed moisture to the area.
The storm began just before 9 a.m. Sunday on the first day of Daylight Saving Time for 2018, with small pellets of ice. A short time later, the actual snow started coming down.
Several hours later, although the temperatures remained above freezing, about two inches of snow collected on grassy areas, roofs, buildings, cars and railroad cabooses. The snow turned to rain in the afternoon, taking care of most of the snow.
There were a few slick spots the next morning, since the temperature dropped to freezing overnight.